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Triunfo Water & Sanitation District Encourages Water Customers To Use Automated Water System To Track Water Usage

Triunfo Water & Sanitation District Encourages Water Customers To Use Automated Water System To Track Water Usage

Oak Park, CA  – The Triunfo Water & Sanitation District is encouraging its nearly 13,000 Oak Park potable water customers to use the automated water meters on their property to track and conserve water usage. Automated water meters were first introduced in the district in 2015 with a system upgrade two years ago. A total […]

Those “devastating” EPA reductions: Budget and personnel cuts reflect environmental progress and essential regulatory reforms

Those “devastating” EPA reductions: Budget and personnel cuts reflect environmental progress and essential regulatory reforms

By Paul Driessen The Trump White House wants significant reductions at the Environmental Protection Agency: two dozen or more programs, including a dozen dealing with President Obama’s climate initiatives; a 20% downsizing in EPA’s 15,000-person workforce; and a one-fourth reduction in its $8.1 billion budget. The plan requires congressional approval, and thus is hardly a […]

Ventura County Waterworks puts up website to help users save H2O

Ventura County Waterworks puts up website to help users save H2O

With the drought in its fourth year, and water supplies in short supply, Ventura County Waterworks has put up a helpful site for the districts under its management.  At Slow Your H20 you can check for usage updates, watering schedules and tips on saving what has become a very precious commodity in California. On April […]

More Illegal Water Cutbacks Ordered by Confused Guv Brown

More Illegal Water Cutbacks Ordered by Confused Guv Brown

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Metropolitan Water District poised to put the squeeze on County agencies

Metropolitan Water District poised to put the squeeze on County agencies

By Debra Tash The County’s primary water purveyor is set to implement Governor Brown’s recent executive order B-29-15 for a 25% reduction in water usage.  Staff for the Metropolitan Water District, which supplies such local wholesalers as Calleguas MWD, is recommending to their Board they declare a Level 3 Regional Shortage. It would be in effect […]

Governor Brown Issues Drought Mandates

Governor Brown Issues Drought Mandates

By Sheryl Hamlin On January 17, salve 2014, pharmacy Governor Brown declared a “Drought State of Emergency” by issuing an emergency proclamation, viagra order whose entire text may be read here. In December 2013, an inter-agency drought task force was formed as well as a website to inform citizens about best practices for saving water. […]

Congress Allows Pension Cuts For Current Retirees

Congress Allows Pension Cuts For Current Retirees

A provision in the recently passed spending bill will allow some underfunded multi-employer pension plans to cut benefits for current retirees.